Marry Me Halloumi Recipe | One Pan Wonder

 

Marry Me Halloumi Recipe | One Pan Wonder

A delicious one pan wonder vegetarian recipe that's ready in just 20 minutes!

Scroll down for the full recipe and instructions!


This dish is inspired by "Marry Me Chicken", which is a popular dish known for its creamy and flavourful sauce that's so delicious, it's said to make someone want to propose marriage after tasting it.

This vegetarian version dish typically involves cooking halloumi in a creamy sauce made with garlic, tomatoes, herbs, and parmesan.

The result is a rich and delicious meal that's perfect for a special occasion. It can be served over pasta, rice, or with a side of potatoes and veg.

The name "Marry Me Chicken" adds a touch of romantic whimsy to the dish due to its impressive flavours.

Marry Me Halloumi Recipe | One Pan Wonder

The original uses sun dried tomatoes which I switched for cherry tomatoes, as I find sun dried are very oily. You can always use them instead if you prefer.

The original also uses butter and oil, which I have cut out to save on some calories, without sacrificing any flavour.

Marry Me Halloumi Recipe | One Pan Wonder

What's even better is that this dish is ready in just 20 minutes from start to finish!

It's also a one pan wonder, so saves on the washing up, and is vegetarian.



Of course, you could also substitute the halloumi for chicken if you prefer.

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Marry Me Halloumi Recipe | One Pan Wonder

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Marry Me Halloumi Recipe | One Pan Wonder




 

Marry Me Halloumi Recipe | One Pan Wonder

A delicious one pan wonder vegetarian recipe that's ready in just 20 minutes!

Scroll down for the full recipe and instructions!

This dish is inspired by "Marry Me Chicken", which is a popular dish known for its creamy and flavourful sauce that's so delicious, it's said to make someone want to propose marriage after tasting it.

This vegetarian version dish typically involves cooking halloumi in a creamy sauce made with garlic, tomatoes, herbs, and parmesan.

The result is a rich and delicious meal that's perfect for a special occasion. It can be served over pasta, rice, or with a side of potatoes and veg.

The name "Marry Me Chicken" adds a touch of romantic whimsy to the dish due to its impressive flavours.

Marry Me Halloumi Recipe | One Pan Wonder

The original uses sun dried tomatoes which I switched for cherry tomatoes, as I find sun dried are very oily. You can always use them instead if you prefer.

The original also uses butter and oil, which I have cut out to save on some calories, without sacrificing any flavour.

Marry Me Halloumi Recipe | One Pan Wonder

What's even better is that this dish is ready in just 20 minutes from start to finish!

It's also a one pan wonder, so saves on the washing up, and is vegetarian.

Of course, you could also substitute the halloumi for chicken if you prefer.

Pin this recipe for later:

Marry Me Halloumi Recipe | One Pan Wonder




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Marry Me Halloumi Recipe | One Pan Wonder




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